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Adult golf leagues - August 7

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Heggerston wins at Hazeltine

Maggie Heggerston, an incoming Pequot Lakes senior, shot rounds of 78-77 for a two-day 155 to win the Chaska Invitational at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska on Tuesday, July 29. Heggerston, who was co-medalist at the Class 2A Minnesota State High School League state tournament in June, was the only female golfer to break 80 during both rounds. Heggerston bettered Natalie Roth of Detroit Lakes by three strokes.

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Fairways Women's League

The Fairways League met Tuesday morning on Tuesday, July 29, with play of the day being Mutt and Jeff. Winners were Carol Lieske, Marlene Miller, Marlene Walters, Carol Brodzinski and Sally Wagner. Marlene Walters reported a chip-in, and Helen Silva had two chip-ins. Registration has started for the Fairways annual two-day tournament later in August.

Emily Greens Men's League

Following are results for the week of July 29 for Emily Greens men's league.

Tuesday Morning Men's League - 8:30am

First: Elmer Johnson, Robin Mostrom, Jim Schallman, and Dick Hubbard.

Second: Larry Neer, Gordy Holmgren, and Dick Helmer.

Third: Al Schewe, Ernie Morreim, Jack Schuller, and Jerry Hagel.

Fourth: Mike Oelrich, Jerry Dale, Ron Germann and Bruce Nelson.

Closest to the Pin: Keith Walker, Dick Blevins, and Jack Anderson

Long Putt: Don Atwater

Chip Ins: Jack Anderson, Pete Ziegler, Larry Neer, Milt Beyer, and Jerry Hagel

Tuesday Morning Back 9 League — 10:30am

First: Elmer Johnson, Dave Schwarze, Charlie Peterson, and Keith Walker

Second: Gary Nelson, Bob Elliott, Larry Wickstrom, and Bob Ecklund

Third: Al Schewe, Pat O'Conner, Jack Schuller, and Randy Biittner.

Emily Greens Women's League

Following are women's league results for Wednesday night, July 30, at Emily Greens:

Play Of The Day was Fun Night and Step Aside Scramble.

First: Eileen Jensen, Charly Richters, Marlene Brannan, and Lynda Halstensen

Second: Jan Anderson, Jane Mckinley, Nancy Kruse, and Bonnie Bares.

Third (tie) — Mikie Walker, Beth Nygaard, Jan Jurek, and Ruth Strohmeier and Becky Guida, Joleen Nelson, Kathy Pfaff and Mary Schreier.

Fifth: Carol Germann, Cheri Luc, Karolynn Latteralle and Mary Patterson.

Results for Thursday morning women's league, with play of the day being Minus One Hole of your Choice, included winners: Eileen Jensen, Kathy Ecklund, Carol Lieske, and Carol Germann

Crosswoods Men's League

The team of Dan Davis, Dave Schrupp, Dale Stevens and Don Rother were first on the front nine while Bob Johnson, Ernie Byerly, Palmer Sorenson and Gary Villella were first on the back nine in Crosswoods Golf Men's League play on Tuesday, July 29.

Johnson, Byerly, Sorenson and Villella were second on the first nine while Larry Koenig, Terry Nygaard, Steve Laak and Dave Branum were second on the back nine.

Individual awards went to Pat McAlpine, closest to the pin on No. 6, Jay Wiltrout, closest to the pine on No. 17; Koenig, longest putt on No. 8; Rother, longest putt on No. 16; and Dan Davis, chip-in for a birdie on No. 3.

Crosswoods Women's League

Game of the day was the two lowest nets for Crosswoods women's league the week of July 30.

Team scores included, first with a 56 was Cathi Nelson, Judy Nicholas, Lila Kersey and Judy Hein; second was Sandy Melberg, Harriet Smith and Nancy Meinke. Individual low net was Harriet Smith with a 29. Karen Appel had a chip in on 15 and Nancy Barnes and Judy Hein both birdied 15. Third place went to Sue Farrell, Nancy Barnes and Karen Appel.

Madden's women's night

The game of the night was "colors" for the Madden's Women's Golf League play Thursday, July 31. The winners were Marie Ryan, Elaine Klinger, Jennifer Bergman with the team score of 54. In a close second with 56 was Cathy Ross, MaryAnn Mahler, Margie Newpower. The proximity winners were: Cathy Ross-longest putt hole No. 1; Deb Thuringer, longest putt hole on No. 3; and Kelly Engel, longest putt hole on No. 8.

Black Bear Women's League

The Black Bear Golf Course women played a group low net game on Thursday, July 31. The team consisting of Donna Balzer, Lila Kersey, and Gloria Taylor won the event. Gloria Taylor had 11 putts to win low putts and Carol Lovro had a birdie on hole number 4.

Breezy Point Men

Billy's 2 still leads the Breezy Point Resort Men's League standings despite falling to Thomas & Severson Law 1 10.5-9.5 July 31. The lead is one point as Dirt Busters tied Thomas & Severson Law 2 10-10.

Team results: Thomas & Severson Law 3 13, Billy's 1 7; Mike & Ben 11.5, Dockside 8.5; Billy's 3 11.5, Antlers 8.5; Double Trouble 11, JJ's Pub 9; Thomas & Severson Law 1 10.5, Billy's 2 9.5; Jon & Dave 10.5, Commander 9.5; Thomas & Severson Law 2 10, Dirt Busters 10.

Team standings: Billy's 2, 99.5; Dirt Busters, 98.5; Thomas & Severson Law 3, 88; Thomas & Severson Law 2, 87.5; Thomas & Severson Law 1, 80.5; Billy's 1, 78; Double Trouble, 77.5; Dockside, 76; Commander, 75.5; JJ's Pub, 75.5; Antlers, 75.5; Billy's 3, 72; Mike & Ben, 71.5; Jon & Dave, 64.5.

Individual winners: Longest putt, Lee Bergseth and Dave Marcum; closest to pin, Paul Houle and Jody Schlitz; low net, Wally Anderson.

Breezy Point Women

Sue Marsolais was closest to the pin for the "good stuff and bad stuff" event July 31 during the Breezy Point Resort Women's League, which played on the Traditional Course.

Ruth Tiedeman made the longest putt. Joi Brandt and Barb Owens hit the longest drives for their handicap divisions and Jean Appleton and Cathy Johnson were closest to the line for their handicap divisions.

Whitefish Women 9-Hole

The Whitefish Women's nine-hole league had their league play Wednesday, July 30, with game of the day being "low net."

The winners are as follows: first place: Clarice Skalman with a net score of 31; second place tie: Ruth Klukow and Janet McDougal with net scores of 33; third place: Connie Foster with a net score of 34.

Whitefish Men

Arlen Stensby, Bill Johander, Steve Holubar and Greg Lindahl shot a 120 to win the easy as 1-2-3 event July 29 in the Whitefish Men's League.

Joe Wagner, Gary Kipling, Fred Skog and Richard Gady shot 123 for second. Shooting a 129 for third place was Dick Femrite, Max Martz, Mike Carnahan and John Kropp.

Femrigte and Johander were closest to the pin and Dave Lobben and Max Martz made the longest putts.

Whitefish Women 18-Hole

Marty Moakley, Nancy Schmidt, Shari Loechler and a blind draw needed a tiebreaker to top two other teams, which shot 119 in the July 30 "2 best net balls" event during the Whitefish Women's 18-Hole League.

The event was in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Minnesota organization for which the league made a donation to.

Second place in the golf event went to Rox Thompson, Cheryl Stansfield, Mary Boeder and a blind draw. Barb Hanson, Barb Holubar, Faye Owen and a blind draw placed third.

Loechler was on fire shooting a low net 59 for the best round of the day. Diane Giefer, Joan Kantos shot net 64s, Mary Kay Kendall shot 65, Cheryl Bontrager and Susan Walstrom 68s and Judy Eastwood, Thompson and Holubar 69s.

Hanson scored two birdies, and Anita Stensby, Kendall, Schmidt and Cathy Munger each carded one. Guest player Pam Musielewicz also made a birdie, while Faye Owen had the only chip-in.

The league championship is scheduled for Aug. 12-13 followed by the Women of Whitefish event Aug. 21.

Grand View Lodge Outing

Katie Wallace, Candace Prigge, Jimmy Kendall and Dave Busch shot 32 to win the Coed Outing step aside scramble July 29 at The Pines.

John Oswald, Judi Moravec and Jim and Kathy McTagne shot 34 for second. There was a three-way tie for third place between the teams of Doug and Vicki Dypwick and Gene and Carol Lovro; Bob and Sue House and John Rappath and Stephanie Haiden and the team of Ron Mickevicus, Judith Anderson and Dick and Karen Williams.

Chuck Jorgenson and Judi Moravec made the longest putts and Dick Williams and Katie Wallace were closest to the pin winners.

Chix with Stix

Diane Dahl and Coralee Ostlund each shot 25s to win the July 31 "pick nine holes" event during the Chix with Stix league event held at The Classic at Madden's.

Leslie Gravley shot 26 and Pat Lewis, Teddy Sedgwick, Flossie Ahles and Marji Wieber all tied with 28s.

Sedgwick made the longest putt. Cheryl Cote was closest to the pin and Gravley made a birdie.

During the July 24 event at The Preserve, Rose Johnson scored a 58 to win the aces wild game. Debbie Briggs placed second and Gravley third.

Diane Dahl made the longest putt, Briggs was closest to the pin.

Barb Wenschlag and Carrie Spitzack had chip ins with Jennie Bunce, Joni Meyer, Gravley and Briggs carding birdies.

Hole in one

Brian Eck from Breezy Point scored his first-ever hole in one on the 123-yard first hole using a 9-iron at Emily Greens. This took place during the Go Low for Dough Scramble and helped earn his team first place in the event and won a skin for an even bigger payout.

Sheldon Erdman, Ramsey, aced the 184-yard 16th hole at Golden Eagle Golf Club July 29 using a 5-wood.

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